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  • CAB - Understanding the majoritarian matrix
    Dr John Mohan Razu  December 11th of 2019, was the darkest day particularly to those who believe and cherish India’s democracy, secularism and civilization. In 2019 parliamentary elections, 40 per cent of the electorates preferred to vote for the…
  • Naga Integration and a Way Forward
    Introduction The demand for ‘Greater Nagalim’ or integration of Naga areas has been the subject of intense media and public scrutiny, including by our neighbours, who see the prospect to amalgamate Nagas’ lands as some kind of design to…
  • Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) 2019: The Construction of Great Constitutional Blunder
    Dr.Aniruddha Babar PhD, MA, LLM, DHRL Former Advocate Asst. Professor of Political Science, Tetso College, Dimapur “…The ruling side knows why this legislation is being brought, we also know why they have come up with this legislation, the people…
  • Ayushman Bharat –A step towards Universal Health Coverage
    12.12.2019 is Universal Health Coverage Day   Universal Health Coverage (UHC) means that every person should have access to quality health care without facing financial hardship. UHC is one of the targets of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs…
  • Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019: Proposal & Reactions
    Dr. Rimmei Longmei Head of Department of Political Science Tetso College, Dimapur Bringing unity in diversity by harmonizing the opposing forces of centripetal and centrifugal trends in the country for the achievement of common national goals is…
  • The real adversity on climate fallout
    Yangli Naga Kohima We often point our fingers towards carbon when it comes to climate disruption but on a more precise and relevant peripheral measurement, it is the humans that are. And it's not even the majority human and their excess…
  • Symptoms of Corruptions: Unemployment
    Dr. Salikyu Sangtam North East Christian University On the front page of the Nagaland Post on 3rd December 2019, a headline read: “No job for new underground recruits: CFMG chairman.” What fascinated me about this report was that it was a glaring…
  • Society Refusing to Grow-up: Nagaland and the ‘Man-Child’
    C. Lide Sangtam Department of Psychology | St. Joseph University In 1959, a Swiss Jungian Psychologist by the name Marie-Louise von Franz gave a series of lecture concerning what she called the ‘Puer Aeternus’, which is Latin for “eternal child”.…
  • A government based on the rule of law after the final settlement?
     Kaka D. Iralu  Nagaland today is reeking and reeling in a state of lawlessness where our internal politics, our external politics, and even our economy are all in a mess.  But a hope that the Post Colonial but still Colonial Government of India (…
  • How relevant today is media in shaping public opinion
    T Y Tikhir The role mass media play helps shape and form opinions in every space, paradigms and format of our local perception and cognizance to geopolitical trades and global consumerist speed and humanitarian normative. This makes media a source…
  • THE IDEA OF A SOLUTION
    K Saku Jamir Retd Senior Citizen, PWD Link Road, Dimapur Solution to the vexed and protracted Naga political impasse is still being solved. The issue is hotly debated and expression of sentiments and giving views by the public is on. However, on…
  • Nagaland’s Hornbill Festival...
    A commentary on the evolution of a tourism event   LH Thangi Mannen (Ex Secretary, Tourism, 1998-2004)   “Memory, is the diary that we all carry about with us” Oscar Wilde.    Come December, and all roads lead to Kohima, or more precisely to…
  • Appreciating the Kohima High Court’s verdict
    Z Lohe The Justice S. Serto of High Court at Kohima passed a judgement in favour of the victim of the Department of Health and Family Welfare on 15th November, 2019 which was published in local papers on 21.11.2019 is a landmark verdict which is…
  • An Unlikely Success - A Review of The Unlikely Indians
    An Unlikely Success - A Review of The Unlikely Indians
    Dr. Theyiesinuo Keditsu Journeys are rarely linear. Physically one moves toward a destination, yet in the time taken to get from start to finish, the traveller inhabits a multiverse of spaces both within and without. Upon reaching one's…
  • The Prince of Peace
    Dr. Maongwati Aier (IAS) Rtd Peace is the most common, familiar, popular word for everyone all over the world. It is the desire and cry of every human heart and soul to have peace. Peace may meant to different persons — some say peace means…
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